No Bake Key Lime Pie Recipe

November 23, 2021

No Bake Key Lime Pie Recipe

Everyone promises the best key lime pie––yeah, yeah. But what about a pie that’s, literally, no sweat? As in, you don’t even bake it? That’s got to be the coolest pie ever. Here’s how to do it.
  • 1 Block Cream Cheese 8 Ounces
  • 1 Can Sweetened Condensed Milk
  • 1/3 Cup Key Lime Juice
  • 1 Premade Graham Cracker Pie Crust
In a bowl mix together cream cheese and condensed milk until smooth. Add in Key Lime Juice and continue stirring until it is mixed in. Tip: If you want your pie to be more tart, add extra Key Lime juice to taste. Pour pie contents into pie crust and smooth the top. Refrigerate for 3 hours, or overnight. Whipped cream can be added for decoration or flavor, but we leave that up to you!




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